Thirteen Summer Lawn Care Quick-tips

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Summer Lawn Care Quick-tips

1. When in doubt, raise the cutting deck.
2. A shallow watering is worse than no water at all.
3. Don’t try to “water it back to life” – if it goes dormant, leave it.
4. Mulching > bagging
5. Never cut more than 1/3 of the blade at one time.
6. If you miss a regular cutting, use the highest setting.
7. Like a razor blade when shaving, a dull mower blade is a no-go.
8. If you must fertilize during the summer, only use organics.
9. Consider stepping stones for high-traffic areas.
10. Stop next years’ weeds with targeted, post-emergent herbicides.
11. Mow in varying patterns to avoid creating ruts.
12. Watering in the evening promotes fungal diseases.
13. Flush dog urine with water to prevent nitrogen burn.

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Superior Spreader: 6 Compelling Reasons to Upgrade

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You know what they say; you get what you pay for.  This is especially true when it comes to spreading lawn fertilizer and other granular chemicals.  A mountain of plastic walk-behind spreaders are shipped in from Asia every year, used and discarded, only to be replaced the following year.

For between $40 and $80, these mass-produced broadcast spreaders enable homeowners to apply fertilizer and weed control agents to nourish and protect their lawns.  For many, these inexpensive alternatives may be adequate.  But every year, thousands of discerning homeowners decide that they’re tired of fighting with their entry-level broadcast spreaders.  Instead of replacing their inexpensive spreader every year and dealing with all the headaches that go along with them, they’d rather upgrade to a superior quality spreader and reap the benefits Continue reading

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Dethatcher Assembly Video: Brinly DT-40BH

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The rugged yet economical Brinly DT-40BH tow-behind dethatcher has been a top seller since its 2012 redesign. Despite its MSRP of under $90, its build quality is on par with those costing up to 50% more. Using the engagement lever that is easily accessible from the tractor seat, the user can engage one of the 3 operating modes: transport, dethatch, and scarify. The tines from pre-assembled from the factory, which significantly cuts down on assembly time. Use the this dethatcher assembly video along with your Owner’s Manual to breeze through the assembly process and get out in the yard in no time.

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VIDEO – How to Assemble the Brinly Zero Turn Mower Dethatcher

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This latest addition to our Video Assembly Guide series focuses on our newest product–the 48″ front-mounted zero turn mower dethatcher. The mowers of the future, zero turn radius machines offer arguably better cut quality, significantly faster speeds, and improved maneuverability which limits the need for string trimming afterward. Due to their high speeds and delicately-balanced center of gravity requirements, attachments for ZTR’s have been relatively scarce, generally reserved only for commercial users due to prohibitively high costs. Never ones to back down from a challenge, we designed the first ZTR-optimized dethatcher inexpensive enough for residential users, yet still robust enough for commercial applications. And as always, we support our products with best-in-class multi-media educational content and product support services. Brinly products have been leading the pack since 1839, and we’re not planning on slowing down anytime soon.

For more information, visit the DTZ-48BH Product Page on Brinly.com

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